Ancestral voices

Ancestral Voices – Past and Present

Join us for an evening of glob­al and cul­tur­al explo­ration as three experts dis­cuss their unique per­spec­tives on Indige­nous people’s experiences.

6.30pm – “Climate emergency from an Amazonian perspective”
Earth’s climate is already changing. What does this mean for the world’s largest rainforest? - presented by Vinicius Dino, anthropologist and PhD candidate in Art History, University of East Anglia.

7.15pm – “Reciprocal Visions: Native North Americans and the arts of Cultural and Colonial Encounter – a new analysis” - presented by Dr Stephanie Pratt, Dakota and Anglo-American art historian and first cultural ambassador for the Crow Creek Dakota Tribal Council at Fort Thompson, South Dakota.

8pm – The Jevan Berrangé Memorial Lecture: “The day the world changed.” - This talk will be presented by Dr Alicia Colson, an archaeologist and ethnohistorian working with computing scientists. Alicia collaborates with indigenous peoples, NGOs and governments in Canada, UK, US, and Antigua to understand our pasts.
Ancestral voices